How to Plant a Perfect Lawn?

How to Plant a Perfect Lawn?

Planting the grass is not difficult, but if you follow our simple tips, you can achieve the best results.

The grass is best to plant in the spring or in the fall. If you plant grass in the spring, do not use products to control weeds. Dispose the use of such products until the new lawn is not mowed at least three times.


For autumn planting grass, follow the same precautionary measures to control and eradicate the weed, to allow the grass to spring up before it gets cold and low temperatures.

See how the 5 steps to successfully plant the grass.

1. Buy the Best Grass Seed

Amazing lawn can grow only from the best seeds. For best results, and for the best lawn, it is necessary to have best seed.

2. Prepare Land

For planting new lawns:

Remove the top 5 cm of soil. Remove obstacles (sticks, stones, etc.) with the area under cultivation. Break up large clods of earth. Avoid too much fine land, little nuggets is acceptable.

Level the surface of the soil where you plant, especially the parts where the water is collected. Fertilize the soil after planting the initial fertilizer.

Do not use pesticides against weeds before or after planting.

For planting of existing lawns:

Cut the grass as short as possible and remove the upper 2 cm of land on a bare place. Remove interference and obstacles and dried grass and align the land.

Use existing land – added to the soil may contain weed seeds in it. Fertilize after sieving with initial fertilizer.

3. Plant A Seed of Grass

Scatter the seeds by hand to be equally distributed. Avoid stuffing seeds because then comes to “fight” for the city and nutrients. The grass in places where it is piled too many seeds may be weak and thin.

4. Cover The Seeds with Soil

Slowly and gently grab soil so that only 2 cm soil covering the seed. Add some of the products for keeping seeds in place and maintain humidity.

5. Water The Grass

Keep the area where you plant the grass wet.

Pour a little and often – without irrigation, at least once a day until new grass grows a couple of centimeters. Water the new grass regularly to maintain a healthy root and damp.


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